WayV Releases Chinese Version of NCT 127’s ‘Regular’
The new boy-band debuts with the Chinese version of NCT 127’s “Regular.”
WayV is a new China-oriented boy group derived from SM Entertainment, and now under Label V. There are four members in WayV who were formerly in K-Pop act NCT: Ten, Lucas, Kun, and WinWin. There are three new stars: Yangyang, Hendery, and Xiaojun.
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是的 你没有看错！今天开始！我们要经常跟大家见面啦！(((o(*ﾟ▽ﾟ*)o)))是不是很开心！然后我们今天的录制呢也顺利结束了~期待到时候节目的播出哟 锟( ⁼̴̀ .̫ ⁼̴́ )✧ – Hello everyone, from today on we will be our fans as many as we could. We believe you’re gonna be excited. We just finished our shooting，and we hope that you are excited to see us on the program soon. #WayV #WeiShenV #威神V
On January 18th, the new group released the Mandarin version of “Regular.” The song was last released in Korean and English by NCT 127. The English version was released last October. “Regular” expressed the group’s goals and aspirations in life. WayV also released a three-track digital album, The Vision. The Vision also has a Mandarin version of NCT 127’s “Come Back Please.” The new track on there is called “Dream Launch.”
winwin: im seeing the vision pic.twitter.com/BN6UoI8M05
— WayV (@xiaojunkiss) January 20, 2019
You can watch the music video for the WayV version of “Regular” here below.